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Date: 2013-07-12
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Nokia unveils new smartphone with 41-megapixel camera
US-NOKIA-SMARTPHONE:Nokia unveils new smartphone with 41-megapixel camera
By Sinead Carew

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nokia on Thursday introduced a new smartphone, the Lumia 1020, with a powerful 41-megapixel camera as it tries to catch up with rivals Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple Inc.

The Finnish mobile phone maker is betting its future i...


French legal complaint targets NSA, FBI, tech firms over Prism
US-USA-SECURITY-FRANCE:French legal complaint targets NSA, FBI, tech firms over Prism
By Natalie Huet

PARIS (Reuters) - Two French human rights groups filed a legal complaint on Thursday that targets the U.S. National Security Agency, the FBI and seven technology companies they say may have helped the United States to snoop on French citizens' emails and phone calls.

Microsoft says to streamline around devices, services
US-MICROSOFT-REORGANIZATION:Microsoft says to streamline around devices, services
(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Thursday he was streamlining the software and media company around devices like phones and game consoles and services in its first major overhaul in five years.

Microsoft, which has been struggling to compete in a world of mo...


Latin American nations fuming over NSA spying allegations
US-USA-SECURITY-LATINAMERICA:Latin American nations fuming over NSA spying allegations
By Anthony Boadle

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Irate Latin American nations are demanding explanations from the United States about new allegations that it spied on both allies and foes in the region with secret surveillance programs.

A leading Brazilian newspaper reported on...


NSA 'spied' on most Latin American nations: Brazil paper
US-USA-SECURITY-LATINAMERICA:NSA 'spied' on most Latin American nations: Brazil paper
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The National Security Agency has targeted most Latin American countries in their spying programs, with Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil and Mexico ranking among those of highest priority for the U.S. intelligence agency, a leading Brazilian newspaper reported on Tuesday.

Ci...


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